A glass sculpture has been unveiled at the UK’s National Gallery, which has commissioned the glass to be carved into the face of a real glass window.
The glass, designed by the Norwegian artist Henrik Thalberg, is a “pigtail” shaped piece which represents a window of a glass window in which the glass has been decorated to look like the shape of a pigtail.
“It’s an iconic image that speaks to people’s innermost thoughts and emotions,” said Sir Peter Hogg, who was in charge of the installation when it was unveiled in the main gallery on Tuesday.
The National Gallery said it was the first time glass sculpture had been created by a Norwegian artist, and that it would “reinforce and delight the public in a way that will delight them for years to come”.
“Henrik Thalsberg’s glass sculptures are timeless, and they speak to the human need for meaning,” the National Galleries said.
A spokesman for the National Archives said the glass was part of the National Portrait Gallery’s collection and the installation was an example of the work of the museum’s collections.””
These are the sorts of things that you want to create, that speak to people.”
A spokesman for the National Archives said the glass was part of the National Portrait Gallery’s collection and the installation was an example of the work of the museum’s collections.
“The National Portraits gallery is proud to partner with the National Library of Scotland, National Portfolio and National Library Wales on this special installation of a work by Henrik Thomas Thalsburg,” the spokesman said.
Henrik said: “My work is an expression of my inner life.
It’s not something that can be seen, but you can feel it.
The glass sculpture, created by Norwegian glass artist Henriks Thalsungberg, has been commissioned to be made into the shape and appearance of a window in a glass gallery in the National Art Gallery.”
The glass is very, very small, but I don’t feel anything at all, because it’s made from glass.”
The glass sculpture, created by Norwegian glass artist Henriks Thalsungberg, has been commissioned to be made into the shape and appearance of a window in a glass gallery in the National Art Gallery.
The artist, whose works include a statue of the Virgin Mary on the facade of the British Museum, was commissioned to create the work by National Gallery Scotland to be installed in the British Library.
The work, which is currently in preparation, will be unveiled at a public ceremony in the gallery on September 29.
The Royal Society of Art, which owns the National Paintings Collection, said it had been “honoured to be selected to present the National Arts Collection with this important gift”.
“The work is the work that will be exhibited at the gallery, and we are grateful for the generous support from the National Government, which provided support to support this project and the work itself,” it said.